Corel adds virtualisation to its offerings with Parallels acquisition
January 24, 2019 / TechRadar Pro
Whether Windows or Mac is your operating system of choice, sometimes a particular task or job requires you use both. That's where virtualisation comes in and Mac users that need to use Windows programs often do so using Parallels. The company's software allows you to run Windows right from your Mac which can be quite convenient for legacy applications or programs that have not yet been released for macOS.The Canadian software company Corel, which specialises in graphics processing, recently acquired Parallels and TechRadar Pro spoke with its CEO Patrick Nichols about the acquisition and how Parallels will fit into its current software offerings.